Jesse Lingard signs for Nottingham Forest on nearly £200,000-a-week salary after ending 22 year stay at Manchester United

Former Manchester United striker, Jesse Lingard has signed a bumper contract approaching £200,000 a week with newly-promoted club Nottingham Forest after leaving Manchester United this summer.

The England international, who left Manchester United after 22 years, rejected a move to West Ham to sign for Forest after passing a medical on Wednesday, and could make his debut in the friendly with Union Berlin in Germany on Saturday, July 23.

Lingard signed an initial 12-month deal. The 29-year-old took to his Twitter handle on Thursday evening, July 21 to confirm the move.

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